Canvas Home Basics Twine and Canvas Shape
Liquitex Glossies Silver and Acrylic Black from Michaels
Bazzill Piglet from Tattered Angels
Unity Stamps- for the life of me I can't find the set I used on their site
Maya Road mini clothesline pins
Nicole Lombardo bling
Basically you need an old frame, some adhesive, stamps and your imagination :D
I started with spraying some V2 Adhesive onto the back of the frame piece. This didn't get as sticky as I wanted though. I think it had to do with the age of the frame. I then spread Helmar's acid free glue every where and spread it around. You can use a little water to get it a little thinner if you want. I then placed my papers on the backing. Feel free to put them on how ever you like. I got my vintage papers from collagestuff. After the paper is on how you like, make a mixture of Helmar's acid free glue and water. I also added the silver paint in this as well. Use a foam brush to brush on top of your paper. Let dry. Next, you can add your own stamps, paints journaling whatever you want to do. I opened up the bottle of Tattered Angles mist and painted a heart on the left had corner. I then sprayed the inside of the heart as well. For my canvas rectangle, I again used the paint/water/glue mixture on top then stamped images and sprayed with my mists. I then went over the whole thing with another misting of colors. When finished I used my twine and printed of some pics from my iPhone and used Maya Roads mini clips to attach them.